The conference stems from the need for a renewed discussion between historical and archaeological research and Cultural Heritage management around “cultural landscapes”.
If research on this topic has a well-established tradition, especially in archaeology, discussion in the field of cultural heritage has only recently started, with only but few examples of safeguard and valorisation plans implemented for cultural landscapes.
The need to implement long-term and effective safeguard and valorisation plans is increasingly urgent: climate change and uncontrolled urban and agricultural developments are only few of the threats that cultural landscapes are more and more frequently facing, resulting in major historical information losses as well as dramatic social and economic damages.
In the belief that historical disciplines could offer an important contribution to the management of cultural landscapes, the conference aims to bridge the gap between the two field. International recognised archaeologists and historians and representatives of international institutions and experts from the cultural heritage management will share their experiences and open a discussion on possible approaches to the research, safeguard, and valorisation of cultural landscapes.
26th-28th May 2022
Université libre de Bruxelles, Belgium (Hybrid format), Campus du Solbosch, Salle AY2.112
Registration link to participate online:
For information, please contact:
- Nicolò Pini, Nicolo.Pini@ulb.be
Abstracts for each contribution is available on the website of the CReA at the following address: